Caring Transitions is unique because, while there are companies out there who can help you move, downsize, clear out an estate or host an auction, Caring Transitions can provide all of those services – and more – through our comprehensive, customized plans. - Stacey Himler
MILLSBORO, Del. (PRWEB) March 02, 2020
Stacey Himler is pleased to announce the launch of her new company – Caring Transitions of Southern Delaware.
This senior-focused relocation and estate-clearing company serves Southern Delaware including Bethany Beach, Dagsboro, Ellendale, Fenwick Island, Frankford, Frederica, Georgetown, Harbeson, Lewes, Lincoln, Milford, Millsboro, Millville, Milton, Ocean View, Rehoboth Beach, Selbyville the surrounding areas. Caring Transitions’ specially-trained professionals handle decluttering, organizing, packing, moving, resettling, in-home estate sales and online auctions, estate clearing and preparing homes for market.
Caring Transitions’ services are perfect for managing the many aspects of a senior move, including assisting with the process of downsizing to provide a safer living situation, as well as for busy families and people clearing out the home of a loved one who has moved into assisted care or passed away. All of Caring Transitions’ services are customizable, so clients choose the solution that best fits their needs.
“Caring Transitions is unique because, while there are companies out there who can help you move, downsize, clear out an estate or host an auction, Caring Transitions can provide all of those services – and more – through our comprehensive, customized plans. We are here to make transitions as smooth and stress free as possible for everyone involved,” Himler said.
Himler brings more than 25 years of corporate business experience to Caring Transitions of Southern Delaware and her husband, Gene Danko, will be helping with the business too. They had been considering opening their own business for more than a decade and Himler had her eye on the senior relocation industry. They decided to franchise with Caring Transitions because the business model and support structure would allow them to help more people more quickly.
“I lost my mom a few years ago and I spent a lot of time trying to help my dad go through her stuff and trying to find home for the things she loved. I did a lot of research and, even though I ended up donating a lot of it, I realized there had to be a better, more streamlined ways for seniors and families to go through that process,” Himler said. “At Caring Transitions, we understand that our clients are going through emotional situations and we here to help in a way that’s both compassionate and efficient.”
Caring Transitions of Southern Delaware, which is part of the national Caring Transitions franchise, is bonded and insured and all employees are CRT trained and background checked. For additional information, call 302-648-5552, email SHimler@CaringTransitions.com or visit http://www.caringtransitionssoutherndelaware.com/.